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martin? the jury deliberations george zimmerman's fate. >>> sharknado, and the social media tidal wave. what makes the absurd such a guilty pleasure. >>> and with the running of the bulls in spain, adrenalin junkies are gorged and thrown away. and yet, they continue. tonight, on feed frenzy, we're running from the bulls. >> keep it right here, america. "nightline" is back in just 60 seconds. >>> from new york city, this is "nightline" with cynthia mcfadden. >>> good evening, and thank you for joining us, the case which has gripped much of the nation's attention is now in the hands of the jury. six women, five of them white, will decide the fate of george zimmerman charged with second degree murder in the death of 17-year-old trayvon martin. prosecutors claim zimmerman was a want to be cop who took the law into his own hands when he saw a young black man in his suburban neighborhood. zimmerman says he was acting in self defense. they are urging calm, whatever the verdict, more on the george zimmerman trial. >> your verdict finding george zimmerman either guilty or not guilty must be una
martin's emotional father called to the stand by george zimmerman's own lawyers. testifying it was his voice, not trayvon martin calling for help on those 911 calls. >>> from matt harvey to mischa tate, they're some of the world's most talented athletes. oh, and did i mention they have the bodies of greek gods? tonight on "feed frenzy," espn the magazine's body issue. >> announcer: keep it right here, america. >>> good evening, and thanks for joining us. car crashes are an all too frequent reality of modern life. but your chances of being in a plane crash are minuscule. on saturday the improbable and unthinkable occurred at san francisco international airport on a boeing 777. more than two dozen people remain hospitalized. and tonight abc's david wright takes us inside how this could have happened and the tiny flight attendant who saved lives by carrying passengers twice her size off the plane during the crash landing in san francisco. >> right clear around. >> reporter: seven seconds out, a final burst of speed. the pilot of asiana 214 must have realized he was coming in too low and t
insists george zimmerman killed trayvon martin. >> a teenager is dead. >> we'll have the latest from a pivotal day in the courtroom and we'll look ahead to tomorrow's defense. >>> he has the skills to be the king of thieves, but this sleight of hand artist is more interested in returning your stuff while blowing your mind. tonight, the greatest pickpocket alive. >>> and what possessed six women to scale britain's tallest skyscraper, and what ha >>> from new york city, this is "nightline." with bill weir. >>> good evening, thank you for joining us tonight. well, if anyone on either side of the george zimmerman murder trial was hoping to see emotion out of the accused, they have been sorely disappointed. for three weeks, he has been a courtroom stoic, stoney faced, even as friends took the stand to support him, and equally today, as the prosecution took their closing arguments and labelled him a lying murderer. but there is sure to be emotion, if not from zimmerman, then from the loved ones of trayvon martin who see it as a test case of racial divide. here is more on the zimmerman tria
," self-defense or murder? the defense rests in the george zimmerman trial in a courtroom where tensions are running high. what did zimmerman say? >> don't want to testify. >> what was the prosecutor doing with a foam dummy and what will closing arguments bring as america braces for a verdict? >>> the fast and fabulous, she is the only full-time female nascar pit crew member. this is dangerous and dirty work. so how is this bombshell received in the garage by the guys? and how will she respond when we ask is she a real player or just a publicity stunt. >>> and call of the wild. what happens when man and beast communicate via saxophone? that's in tonight's "feed frenzy." >> keep it right here, america, "nightline" is back in just 60 seconds. >>> from new york city, this is "nightline," with dan harris. >> good evening, it is really coming down to the wire tonight in the trial that is both captivating and polarizing america. the defense rested today. and very soon, the jury of six women will decide if george zimmerman will go free or spend the rest of his life in prison, perhaps. whatever
tonight last words closing arguments in the george zimmerman trial. the state says zimmerman stalked an innocent young man. >> he automatically assumed that trayvon martin was a criminal and that's why we're here. >> how zimmerman's own words were turned against him today. >>> chaos in the crises, that san francisco crash landing. for the first time we heard the passengers call 911, pleading for help. >> there are no ambulances here. we've been on the ground 20 minutes. >>> and swept away. in this season of floods and fire, 20 to 30 cars swallowed up in a river of mud. what you should do in your car if mud is crashing toward your window. >>> good evening. as we begin tonight it was a day of high drama in the george zimmerman trial, closing arguments and prosecutors gave it all they had, trying to convince a jury of six people that zimmerman is guilty of murder or manslaughter in the death of trayvon martin. zimmerman normally stoic finally showed a silent reaction. abc's matt gutman was there. >> reporter: it was a closing argument laden with emotion. >> a teenager is dead. h
the country comes to a close. the fate of george zimmerman will soon in the hands of the jury. but not before one last pitch from the defense. we're live with the latest. >>> removing the wreckage. new video just in of the plane that crashed in san francisco, as crews finally start to clear the runway. >>> arsenic concerns. it's already known that apple juice contains the chemical. but now, the government is cracking down amid outcry from parents. >>> and you will likely hear the word sharknado today. well, what is it? and why is it getting so much attention? >>> and good friday morning, everybody. i'm rob nelson. john muller has the morning off. >> i'm diana perez. you happen to notice something a little different here, is we have -- not a brand-new set. but we've rearranged ourselves on this set. we have a brand-new background. and new graphics. welcome to the brand-new look. >> i appreciate that. >> all for you, rob. >> yeah. good morning, everybody. >>> getting to the news now. defense attorneys make one last appeal to the jury this morning in the george zimmerman trial. >> and later this
in that cleveland home. >> i am strong enough to walk through hell with a smile on my face. >>> george zimmerman, the defense argues trayvon martin beat him, the case almost over. which side is ahead. >>> price spike, buckle up, how high will gasoline prices go this summer and when will they come down? >>> good evening. it was a stunning sight this morning, the amazing strength of women taken captive a decade ago now free and all grown up. here's how we remember them, young amanda berry, gina dejesus, michelle knight. their smiles frozen in time. no one knowing they were in a house of horrors in cleveland. now tonight two months after their escape we are setting every word, every smile, every clue about how they survived, and alex perez takes us through that tape right now. >> reporter: ever since the day police sformd through that door, the three women kept in prison behind it have kept silent. michelle knight, 20 years old when she disappeared -- 32 today -- was held captive the longest. gina dejesus, just 14 when she was kidnapped, now 23 years old. and amanda berry, vanished at 16 -- today s
>>> this is "world news." tonight the defense rests in the george zimmerman trial amid tension, dramatic re-enactment. >> this -- >> and zimmerman's declaration he will not be taking the stand. >> not to testify, your honor. >>> face to face, this moment of terror relived today. and there, the accused boston bomber in a courtroom with the families and victims of the bombing. >>> and hot wheels, is your car the one every thief wants to steal, and what about the mysterious new gadget they're using to do it? >>> a good evening to all of you. after just 12 days the testimony is over, the defense rests and the jury will soon begin considering the fate of george zimmerman on trial for the murder of trayvon martin. we know this is a case that has americans watching and arguing all across the country, and abc's matt gutman tells us about the fireworks in the courtroom today. >> reporter: tensions boiling over in the courtroom today. >> have you made a decision, sir, as to whether you want to testify in this case? >> i object to that question. >> okay, overruled. >> reporter: three time
>>> making news in america this morning. staying silent. george zimmerman will not take the stand in his murder trial. and the dummy that was the most compelling witness of the day. >>> and the drama following the deadly plane crash in san francisco. >> we're trying to keep her alive. >> this morning, we're hearing the 911 calls from the runway. survivors return to the scene. we're live with the latest. >>> and the heroic rescue. the alarming moment caught on camera. a man on a wheelchair rolls on to the subway tracks. wait until you see what happens next. >>> and mr. mayor. the 4-year-old boy in charge of an entire town, with his sights now set on re-election. >>> good thursday morning. it is now officially down to the wire. lawyers in the george zimmerman trial will have one last chance today to persuade jurors as they deliver the closing arguments. >> the defense rested its case without calling zimmerman to the stand. but we did hear him speak. abc's marci gonzalez reports from florida. >> and what is your decision, sir? >> after consulting with counsel, not to testify, your ho
recognize that to be? >> trayvon martin. >> but so does the mother of george zimmerman. >> a hotly contested piece of evidence in an emotional day >>> this is a special edition of "nightline." gift of life, a new beginning. >> hello everyone, and thank you for joining us tonight. it is not that often that somebody is given a gift at a second chance at life. and right now, nearly 120,000 americans are waiting for just such a gift, the selfless decision by one family to donate organs and save the life of a stranger. for more than a year, my colleague, bill weir, has followed this subject. tonight, two of their stories from the agonizing wait to the vivid drama of the operating room to the hope of a future on their own terms. >> reporter: it is a friday night at the mayo clinic, and a different kind of exciting friday night out for this family. because nine months after sitting on top of the waiting list, a donor heart is about to touch down at the rochester, minnesota, airport, a heart bound for the chest of their 9-year-old son. >> reporter: do you know what we're going to do tonight? >> why
george zimmerman's attorneys who are demanding acquittal. >>> and "made in america." with a simple question on this holiday. those flags in your neighbor's yard and yours too, where were they made? and one thing that changed late today, getting action. >>> good evening. diane has the evening off. thanks for spending part of your holiday with us. we start with that american pastime on the 4th going terribly wrong in towns across america, an estimated 14,000 fireworks show. this one north of los angeles, suddenly turning terrifying. when a platform collapses, the fireworks, the rockets, shooting straight at the families in the crowd. >> oh, oh, my god! run! >> it is just incredible to listen to. thousands who had gathered running for cover, tripping, running over one another. that then led to a frantic effort to help dozens injured in the madness. abc's nick watt from the scene on how this happened and late word on the injured. >> reporter: those 4th of july high spirits, in the blink of an eye, turned to terror. >> oh, whoa! oh, my god! whoa, whoa, run, run! >> reporter: fireworks w
provided by... >>> this morning on "world news now" -- the trial of george zimmerman now in its final hours. the emotional closing arguments continue later today. >> plus, rising rates. if you are in the market to buy a home you might want to do it soon as interest rates climb to levels not seen in years. >> and, listen up -- if you are a woman who works these hours, late night, and we know lots of you out there do, some important medical news this morning about the link between night work and breast cancer. >> in "the skinny," a new low for paparazzi. what some photographers had to say about little suri cruise. it's friday, july 12th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." ♪ >> back. not a repeat. from six months ago. >> this is all old news. >> right. >> welcome back. one night only. >> one night only. just here -- filling in for john. feels good to be back. caffeinated ready to roll. >> you have been doing great during the daytime hours. you have just been rolling. >> they've been working me. working me. >> working hard. >> been to boston for hernandez. back july fourth
. >>> now, to the george zimmerman murder trial. on friday, the prosecution wrapped up its case. the defense asked for the charges to be dismissed. and the victims and the defendants' mothers presented emotional testimony. matt gutman has the latest from our miami bureau. >> reporter: good morning, dan. that's right. both sides trying to use a lot of emotion here. that's because the central question in this trial on facing the jury is, what were george zimmerman's intentions that might. the prosecution spent nine days trying to prove that zimmerman shot marted because he wanted to. expect the defense to try to prove he shot him because he had to. this morning, george zimmerman's case is finally in his attorneys' hands. and the first witness the defense called friday, his mother, gladys. at questions, the howls in this 911 call. >> do you think he's yelling help? >> yes. >> who was that? >> my son, george. >> reporter: moments later, rare emotion from zimmerman, who claimed self-defense as his uncle also defendanted him. it was another mother's testimony that captivated the court on friday. s
zimmerman. after a final dramatic showdown in court, first the defense. >> give me a shred of evidence that he had any other option. >> and the prosecution coming roaring back. >> he shot him because he wanted to. >>> electrified. a standing ovation for a tiny girl with a defiant call of arms. >>> and wall of sand. a major dust storm swamping a major american city, tonight. >>> and good evening on this friday night. it's all in the hands of the jury. six people deciding the truth of what happened a year and a half ago when george zimmerman shot trayvon martin. those six jurors will write the final chapter in the long debate and abc's matt gutman is on the scene where he has been since the beginning. he joins us from florida. matt? >> reporter: diane, the six jurors wrapped tonight. they are deciding the case. they asked for a list of all the evidence, a clear sign of how very seriously they are taking this. tonight, zimmerman's fate is in the hands of the jury. the six female jurors -- all but one, mothers -- asking the judge late today for a list of all the evidence. the last word in
and supplies. >> coming up on abc7 news, closing arguments are wrapped up in the george zimmerman murder case and when the jury will begin to deliberate. >> whether you are planning a weekend road trip or driving around, get ready for more pain at the pump. how soon you will want to fill up to save >> closing arguments have wrapped up in george zimmerman trial of florida with the prosecutors saying george zimmerman lied about the shooting of trayvon martin. the defense attorney say george zimmerman shot the teen in south defense and the prosecution failed to prove george zimmerman committed second-degree murder. the jury took lunch and will get jury instructions when they come back. deliberations are expected to begin this afternoon. >> former secretary of state hillary clinton is cashing in, "new york times" and the "washington post" report that clinton commands a speaking fee $200,000 per event. to put that in me expectative the only political figure paid month to peek is her husband, bill clinton, who commands $200,000 for speeches, as well. as a couple they have earned $100 million since
today in the trial of george zimmerman.ç local law enforcement is ready. releasing a video urging the public to stay calm. >> plus used to be a place where sin and skin were common. this morning meet the artist whose naked art is one of the biggest draws in times square. >> in "the skinny," more bad behavior from the biebs. this time though we think he has really outdone himself. it's thursday, july 11th. >>> from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. >> good thursday morning, everybody. >> yeah, the biebs video in "the skinny" is what was he thinking? >> could you tell what he was doing? >> could you tell? if you couldn't, stay tune. because it's pretty bad. let's get started. >>> okay, we begin this half-hour with the first court appearance by the boston bombing suspect. >> police officers, family members who lost loved ones and survivors packing the courtroom. abc's pierre thomas was there. >> reporter: dzhokhar tsarnaev arrived at federal court under extreme security with divers even checking nearby waterways for bombs. he walked into the courtro
against george zimmerman will soon go to the jury. closing arguments got underway today. prosecutors urged jurors to hold zimmerman accountable. his defense team claims it was self-defense. marcy gonzales is following the courtroom action. >> a teenager is dead. >> the state wrapping up closing arguments in the george zimmerman murder trial making an effort to convince the jury zimmerman shot and killed trayvon martin because he wanted to. >> why does this defendant get out of the car if he thinks trayvon martin is a threat to him? why? why? because he's got a gun. >> the prosecutor tran planed to pull at the heart strings of the six women. >> this is one of the last photos that will be taken of trayvon martin. because of the actions of one individual, the defendant george zimmerman. >> the defense maintained zimmerman acted in self-defense and trying to get the jury to acquit to leave the courtroom believing zimmerman killed martin because he was being attacked and ha to shoot. zimmerman pleaded not guilty to second degree murder but the injury will -- jury will have an option to convict
in the george zimmerman case, now entering day two of deliberations. why a verdict could come quickly, as police warn the community to keep calm. >>> buried alive. a young boy swallowed up by a sinkhole on the beach. and the frantic effort to pull him back to safety. even his rescuers say they've never seen anything like it. >>> shark attack. a woman teaching a little girl how to surf, ends up in the jaws of a shark. how she protected the child and the remarkable thing she's saying now about whether she'll ever get back in the water. >>> and wienies on wheels. a half-dozen oscar wienermobiles on a cross-country road rally. they're outside our studios this morning. >>> good morning. we'll get to that breaking wiener mobile news. paula faris is here this morning. >> i'm back because -- >> miss bianna golodryga is over in london. i think we can see her. >> good morning, america, from a very anxious london, where i have to admit we're all in labor watch, now, in anticipation of this royal baby. a future king or queen. you know, it must be surreal for the entire world to be on royal baby watch like w
in the george zimmerman trial walked out of the courtroom. >>> miraculous survival. new details this morning in san francisco, on the plane crash. and how two flight attendants were thrown from the plane. >>> and alligator attack. a teen finds himself in the jaws of the beast. >> there's stitches here. >> showing off his injuries and telling how he fought off the gator. >>> plus, cable for canines. the new channel being unleashed for man's best friend. >>> good wednesday morning, everyone. today, a critical day in the george zimmerman trial, as the defense wraps this case up before the jury. >> tensions ran high in the courtroom late into the night, ending only when the judge walked out. abc's preeti arla has more on the angry words exchanged. >> reporter: a tense day in the courtroom, during the george zimmerman trial. a day that lasted well into the night and had plenty of fireworks. >> were you -- it's 10:00 at night. we started this morning. we've had full days every day. >> reporter: the hearing held without the jury present lasted so long, the lights went out at one point. the day endi
of the car and get the gun out? >> the fiery closing arguments in the george zimmerman trial. major drama in court, as the lead prosecutor theatrically makes his case. the jury set to start deliberating today. >>> actress leah remini speaks out overnight about her dramatic decision to leave the church of scientology. what the "king of queens" star and top officials of the church, are saying right now. >>> and fin-tastic. the tv disaster flick about storm-spewing sharks blows up into a nationwide phenomenon overnight. is "sharknado" the best worst movie of all-time? >>> did you really say the best bad movie of all-time? >> i didn't sleep all night. did you see that thing? >> great to have david muir by my side. and look at the crowd we already have out at the park, lined up all night for one republic. great friday. sam, already there. he could not wait to get out there to central park. >> it's going to be a good live event this friday morning. on /* >>> we're going to get to those dramatic developments unfolding at this hour. the american spy fugitive, edward snowden, at the center of that
coverage of the plane crash we move other big stories today. george zimmerman on trial for the murder of trayvon martin. today a father did everything in his power to convince a jury that the cry for help on that audio tape was not zimmerman but his son. abc's matt gutman was there. >> reporter: with grief on his face trayvon martin's father took the stand. >> my world has been turned upside down. sglb >> reporter: asked about this 9/11 call the night his son was shot. >> he's yelling help? >> yes. >> i was listening to his life being taken. >> reporter: today he said the howls on the tape are his son's. >> i didn't tell them, no, that wasn't trayvon. i think the chairs had wheels on them and i kind of pushed away from the table and just kind of shook my head and said i can't tell. >> reporter: homicide investigator chris serrino says that's not what he told them when he first listened to it. >> he looked away and under his breath, as i interpreted it, said no. >> reporter: george zimmerman's fate could hinge on the screams and in its first full day on the case the defense played it f
in chicago, detroit, kansas city, minneapolis and atlanta. >>> george zimmerman's attorneys will try again today to drive home their case for self-defense. >> they called a spring of witnesses to identified the screams on the 911 call recorded just seconds before trayvon martin was shot and killed. here's abc's matt gutman. >> reporter: with grief etched on his face, trayvon martin's father on the stand. >> our world has just been turned up side down. >> reporter: tracy martin, called by zimmerman's attorneys, asked about this 911 call the night his son was shot. >> so, you think he's yelling held? >> yes. >> i was listening to his life being taken. >> reporter: he said those howls on that tape were his son's. >> i didn't tell them, it wasn't trayvon. i kind of -- i kind of pushed away from the -- away from the table. and just kind of shook my head and said i can't tell. >> reporter: but homicide investigator chris sereno says that's not what he told him when he first listened to it. >> he looked away and under his breath, as they interpreted, said no. >> reporter: george zimmerman's fate
. who survived the crash. >> george zimmerman's lawyer offers a display of what happen mom... yes honey? dad told me that cheerios is good for your heart, is that true? says here that cheerios has whole grain oats that can help remove some cholesterol, and that's heart healthy. [ dad ] jan? ♪ >>> the missing toddler out of oakland, back to our breaking news. >> an update from police on this investigation. wayne, what do you have? >> dan, it keeps changing. let's just back up a little bit. dapne webb, 21 months old. her father went to the store at about 11:00 this morning he came out and said his daughter had been taken from the car. police were looking for a woman with long black hair that. has been the story line. but 6:00 tonight another press conference from the oakland police. spokeswoman johna watson now there is some interest in the father. they're circulating a photograph of him. his name is john webb. let's show you some sound of what she told reporters just moments ago. >> not looking at him as a suspect right now we're trying to narrow the time line down for the child so. an
zimmerman will learn this morning which charges he will face for shooting trayvon martin. attorneys for both sides use add mannequin in the florida courtroom to stimulate the struggle between george zimmerman and martin. the defense rested yesterday. this morning, the court will announce which charges george zimmerman the face, a difficulty process than we see here in california. closing arguments are going do begin at 10:00 our time and the case is expected to be in the jury's hands some time tomorrow. >> a lot of people drink diet soda to trim their waist but it could be a waste of time. >> and pork prices could go higher at the grocery store. >> we follow the progress of removing the wreckage of asiana flight 214 with a look at the work continuing, right now, on >> good morning, everyone, on this thursday. a picture of san francisco from embarcadero. it is pretty empty. what is traffic and the weather like? we will have updates coming up. >> today, san francisco will crown the 50th champion in the cable car ringing con contest. last year, this gentleman won. it dates back to 1949. two yea
. tonight last words closing arguments in the george zimmerman trial. the state says zimmerman stalked an innocent young man. >> he automatically assumed that trayvon martin was a criminal and that's why we're here. >> how zimmerman's own words were turned against him today. >>> chaos in the crises, that san francisco crash landing. for the first time we heard the passengers call 911, pleading for help. >> there are no ambulances here. we've been on the ground 20 minutes. >>> and swept away. in this season of floods and fire, 20 to 30 cars swallowed up in a river of mud. what you should do in your car if mud is crashing toward your window.
zimmerman case, the six-woman panel was given the case earlier today after lawyers wrapped up closing argumentme argumentments. zimmerman is claiming self defense and the prosecution is claiming that zimmerman shot martin because he wanted to. >>> texas passed sweeping changes to the abortion law. wendy davis filibustered for ten hours, and lawmakers were called back to a special session, democrats say the legislation is not constitutional, and it will ban abortions after 20 weeks, limit where and when women can take abortion enducing pills and shut down half of the abortion clinics. >>> the white house would not offer details of the russian conversation on snowden. this is cell phone video of the meeting. kn snowden said he would stop releasing secrets in russia would help him to gain asylum in south america. the head of homeland security stepped down from her post today, after being nominated as president of the uc system, her management and political experience make her an ideal candidate, but critics said she has no experience in higher education. they will consider the nomination
to resume deliberations in the george zimmerman case, the six-woman panel was given the case earlier today after lawyers wrapped up closing argumentme argumentments. zimmerman is claiming self defense and the prosecution is claiming that zimmerman shot martin because he wanted to. >>> texas passed sweeping changes to the abortion law. wendy davis filibustered for ten hours, and lawmakers were called back to a special session, democrats say the legislation is not constitutional, and it will ban abortions after 20 weeks, limit where and when women can take abortion enducing pills and shut down half of the abortion clinics. >>> the white house would not offer details of the russian conversation on snowden. this is cell phone video of the meeting. kn snowden said he would stop releasing secrets in russia would help him to gain asylum in south america. the head of homeland security stepped down from her post today, after being nominated as president of the uc system, her management and political experience make her an ideal candidate, but critics said she has no experience in higher they will e
inside his home that broke the case wide open. >>> and the extreme boiling point, as the george zimmerman trial goes late into the night. the judge walked out, turning off the lights before the lawyers stopped talking. >>> and good morning, america. boy, that arguing in that zimmerman courtroom went on for so long. 13 hours. what a scene. there was so much tension there. >> especially when the judge walked out. attorneys hurling accusations at each other. zimmerman's lawyers angrily saying the state was withholding evidence. so much drama to get to. >>> but, right now, we're going to get to tropical storm chantal. so much of the south drenched with the rain. sam has been tracking it all overnight. it goes back and forth, the intensity. >> yesterday, every model showed why this thing would strengthen. today, the forecast center going, there's a lot of reasons why it won't. robin, it will deliver five, six inches of rain in a part of the country, that doesn't need more rain, and that's the entire southeast. so, let's deal with this storm system. and we'll look at it very carefully for you.
or >>> george zimmerman trial is nearing it's end. today the 911 call took center stage in the case. the defense played the tape over and over as six of zimmerman's friends and colleagues took the stand identifying the voice as zimmerman. figuring out who is crying is crucial in determine wlg zimmerman killed vaivon martin in self-defense. the judge is not allowing audio experts to testify. the jury could begin deliberating by the end of the week. >> interest rates on student loans topped the agenda. congress returned after breaking for 4th of july rates doubled to 6.8% last week. senate democrats twoobt cap rates. house republicans believe interest should be linked to rates on 10 year treasury bonds. leaders challenged the president to achblgt a majority leetder speaker of the house oo. house legislation works for students in doing nothing at all, mr. president, under the house plan, interest rates rise, student loan rates will rise with them, soon, loan rates will be more than double. >> time for the froze lead. it's time for him to bring senate democrat leaders together and develop a solution
. >> and why turn r attorneys in the george zimmerman trial used a dummy as part of their questioning today. >> the competition between apple and samsung heats up. samsung had ground breaking today. we'll have tha >>> we continue to follow breaking news out of oakland. an amber alert issued for this toddler dapne viola webb. the little girl was apparently take gren a car parked at gazali supermarket just after 11:00 this morning. police say the father went in by himself and left his daughter in the car with an adult family member who is mentally disabled. when he returned the family member was still in the car but the little girl was gone. want to show you another look at webb last seen wearing orange pajama was pink hearts and pink socks. our breaking news reporting will continue on twitter on abc 7 news bay area. >> update now on latest developments in the investigation of the crash of asiana flight 214. there are questions surround wlgt crew aboard the flight began he vac wasting passengers. ntsb confirmed reports the pilot dz not fishl initially order are that plane to be evacuated but
. >> closing arguments wrap up in the george zimmerman. after closing arguments the jury could then begin deliberations. the prosecution argued yesterday that george zimmerman shot and killed 17-year-old trayvon martin because of "bad assumptions." the defense is expected to say that george zimmerman feared for his life. the jury could convict george zimmerman of murder or a lesser charge of manslaughter. >> happening today in russia accused n.s.a. leaker edward snowden will meet with amnesty international the human rights organization confirming the meeting to the associated press but it will not say exactly where the meeting will take place. snowden is believed in the transit zone of the moscow airport. several latin american nations have offered asylum including nicaragua, venezuela and bolivia. half a year since newtown, connecticut is site of a school shooting there are problems over the money that is donated. families have met about the $7 million earmarked to the families of the 26 victims and 12 children but there is disagreement about the other $4 million slated to go to the comm
at storms rumbling. >> thank you, sam. >>> coming up, the latest on the george zimmerman trial. the defense up now after emotional testimony in court from both mothers. >>> and what you need to know to survive a jumbo jet crash landing. our correspondents will show you how. >>> and how does it feel this morning to be a wimbledon champion? well, robin sat down to one guy who knows. andy murray, and he'll join us here on "gma." >>> and justin timberlake. why did he get kicked off youtube. he's under fire for that racy new video. >> what! to benefit cancer research i rode across the atlantic. crossing an ocean with your body as the motor, it hurts. so my answer was advil. [ male announcer ] paul ridley chose advil. because nothing is stronger on tough pain. real people. real pain. real relief. advil. relief in action. ♪ ula ula ula ula al revés, ♪ hago que lo imposible sea posible, ♪ ♪ que todo lo increíble se vuelva visible, ♪ ♪ tres, dos, hola, ula... ♪ aplaudan en la luna. ♪ ula ula, hagamos ula ula, ♪ ula ula ula ula al revés, ♪ ula ula, hagamos ula ula, ♪ ula ula
tremendous grief. >> search for answers, trayvon martin's father testifying in the george zimmerman trial. the lawyers replay the all important call to 911. whose voice is heard on the recording? >> royal bets -- all the wagers as the world watches and waits for news about duchess kate's very special delivery. it's tuesday, july 9th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. >>> quick welcome back to diana. >> thank you. happy to be back. >> rested. looking good. >> well-rested. give me a couple days. i'll be back to normal. >> looking like the rest of us. haggard, beat. all that. >> worn, torn. that's okay. >> busted. >> yes. >> let's start this half-hour with the latest on the plane crash in san francisco, the cause of the crash. investigators are taking a close look at the final seconds of communication between the crew. >> we are hearing more stories of rescue and survival from passengers. abc's tahman bradley is in san francisco. good morning, tahman. >> reporter: john, diana, good morning. here at the san francisco airport, the ntsb inve
zimmerman trial amid tension, dramatic re-enactment. >> this -- >> and zimmerman's declaration he will not be taking the stand. >> not to testify, your honor. >>> face to face, this moment of terror relived today. and there, the accused boston bomber in a courtroom with the families and victims of the bombing. >>> and hot wheels, is your car the one every thief wants to steal, and what about the mysterious new gadget they're using to do it? >>> a good evening to all of you. after just 12 days the testimony is over, the defense rests and
to clarify the manslaughter charge in george zimmerman's shooting death of trayvon martin. he claim he shot the 17-year-old in self-defense. jurors can consider second degree murder and manslaughter. the jury of six women appears to be willing to work into the evening. the panel ordered dinner late this afternoon. >> british investigators say there is no evidence that a five on a boeing 787 was caused by faulty batteries. the investigation found a damage to the ethopian airline plane was far from the area where the batteries are located. that was no one on board at the time. boeing investors meant the battery problem hadn't been fixed. the fire closed both runways at heath -- heathrow. >> the first real race of the america's cup got underway today. new zealand beat italy by five minutes in sailing terms, that's a lot. spectators were surprised there wasn't a bigger crowd. >> it's a little skinny, and don't know why. but we're surprised. we made it over here in 30 minutes. bam, bam, and here we are. yeah. >> the actual americas cup was on hand for fans to take their picture with. the winner
:41. closing arguments set they begin in the george zimmerman trial in florida. ahead, how a mannequin is playing a role in the final days of the case. >> san francisco airport, our airplane just crashed upon landing and we need some paramedics. >> the 9-1-1 calls from asiana flight 214 crash victims and why it seemed to take so long for the first responders to arrive. >> we continue to follow overnight developments in the crash. this is a picture from sfo of the plane's wreckage. we will watch the progress to remove it throughout the covering daly city, dublin, los gatos, and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. abc7 news has obligated the dramatic 9-1-1 calls made directly from passengers who escaped the crashed plane and arranged -- a range of motions as they waited for help. one calm. one agitated. >> we are at san francisco international airport and we saw a plan crash and a lot of people need help. >> were you on plane? >> i was. we have been on the ground about on minutes or half an hour and people are laying on the tarmac with critical head injuries. we are almost losing one. >
jurors in 1/2 have resumed deliberation necessary the george zimmerman case. the six-member panel was given the case yesterday after lawyers wrapped up-closing arguments. zimmerman faces second degree shooting charges in the unarmed killing of trayvon martin. >>> texas has passed sweeping changes to its state abortion laws. lawmakers were called back to a new, special session, by the governor to cast their votes. the republican majority approved it and sent it to governor rick perry to sign. democrats say the legislation is unconstitutional. it will ban apportions after 20 weeks, limit where and when women can take abortion inducing pills and it could shut down 47 of their abortion clinics. last week senator laura davis nearly stopped it with a filibuster. >>> in southern california a dare went horribly wrong. more than 22 school children had to be treated after getting sick at an elementary school in san diego. authorities say as part of a dare several students drank beverages drank beverages mixed with food items like hot sauce, salt and pepper. the ages ranked from kindergarten
to the news and we're going to have the latest on that new bombshell testimony in the zimmerman trial. trayvon martin's father tracy on the stand. >>> and videotape of the three young women held captive in cleveland for a decade. you see them there right now. there they are right now, and there they are the last pictures we saw of them ten years ago before they were captured. abc's alex perez has the dramatic and emotional story. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning, george. this is the first time we are directly hearing from the three young women. they say they were so overcome with emotion by the outpouring of support from around the world, they had to say something. >> i want everyone to know how happy i am to be home with my family and my friends. it's been unbelievable. >> reporter: for the first time this morning, we are seeing and hearing from the three young women who lived a nightmare. >> i want to thank everyone who has helped me and my family, through this entire ordeal, everyone who has been there to support us, it's been a blessing to have such an outpouring of love and k
of his car. >>> a big day ahead in the trial of george zimmerman. closing arguments start this morning. the defense resting after a tense and dramatic day of testimony, where even a dummy was pummeled to make a point. and zimmerman revealing he will not take the stand. >>> caught on tape. the heart-stopping moment as a man lost control of his electric wheelchair, falling face-first on to the train tracks. why he fell and the hero that rescued him with seconds to spare. >>> too sexy for the summer? does robin thicke's megahit go too far? he speaks out, defending himself, and his song, revealing for the first time what "blurred lines" is really all about. >>> and good morning, america. so much to get to this morning, including those new 911 emergency calls. they are from witnesses on and off the jumbo jet that crashed in san francisco. >> and the flight attendants who are speaking out about how they were told to wait before evacuating that plane. >> a minute and a half. >>> but now, we're going to get right to sam tracking all of the severe weather. and the mudslides out west are scary.
zimmerman with the defense expecting to wrap up before the jury. george zimmerman is on trial for second-degree measurer in the death of unarmed teenager trayvon martin with tensions high yesterday dug the proceedings without the jury present. the against attorney and the judge argued over the admission of text messages mar tip superintendent friends about fighting. the state says they have nothing to do with the case. the defense called it "compelling evidence" as they try to prove george zimmerman shot the 17-year-old in sell defense. the session ran late into the night lasting 13 hours and ended when the judge walked out. >> i don't know who spents more on back-to-school shopping. here is jane king and the bloomberg business report. >> are you planning on spending more on back to school stuff? shopper retail sales will be 4 percent higher this year because of higher consumer confidence. this year, people could being to venture beyond the discount retailers and spend what it takes to get kids ready. a mixed picture for teens. employment says that teen hiring had the strongest start in
and how warm it will be. >> the george zimmerman trial is underway in florida. this is a picture from the courtroom. today is critical with continues high yesterday without the jury present with the dense attorney and the judge arguing over the add missibility of text messages martin sent friends, talking about fighting. the state says that the emergencies have nothing to do with the case. the defense calls them "compelling evidence" as it tries to prove george zimmerman shot 17-year-old trayvon martin in sell defend. the session ran late into the night yesterday lasting 13 hours. >> new details on the murder investigation involving former new england patriots tight end honor hernandez. a just-released search warrants includes photos of him in his home after the june 17 shooting death of lloyd. a system captured these images he is in a white hoodie with to men who helped hernandez shoot lloyd. the warrant reveals tire tracks found at the murder scene are similar to those of a car he rented. hernandez pleaded not guilty. >> still in word as accused n.s.a. leaker edward snowden will sel
to be in the boston courtroom for his arraignment. >> defense in the george zimmerman trial expected to rest its case later today. first the judge will rule if text messages and facebook postings from trayvon martin can be admitted as evidence. >> investigators looking into the quebec train derailment are considering criminal negligence as a possible cause. they want to know if some one tampered with the brakes. the explosion killed 15. 35 are still missing. >> former vice presidential candidate and alaskan governor sarah palin is considering a return to politics considering a run for the u.s. senate next year. those are some of our top stories on this wednesday, july 10th. >> announcer: from abc new, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. >> good morning, everybody. hump day. >> hump day. >> july 10th. >> a special half-hour for you guys. favorite summertime songs. we are going to share them with you. we have a list made up of the best summertime songs out there. >> put together by "rolling stone" magazine. a few of our own. should be good. >> wonder if yours is on there. you hav
with george zimmerman captured one man's cries for help. but whose? trayvon martin's mother says it is her son. >> who do you recognize that to be? >> trayvon martin? >> while george zimmerman's mother claims it is her son. >> whose voice is that? >> my son's. >> today, the prosecution rested and the defense began to call its witnesses. the trial continues next week. >>> fireworks, fiasco, millions of americans look forward to the pyrotechnic displays in the sky, but in simi valley, california, a celebration went very wrong when people were taken aback by the blasts at close range. reportedly, the platform holding the fireworks toppled over, shooting projectiles. thankfully, nobody was killed but there were injuries. some have shrapnel-like wounds. >>> and hair today, but a different piece of mick jagger's a natomy has been offered. to an anonymous buyer. his hair went for more than four times than his band mate, keith richard's did. he can still make it rain. feed frenzy for tonight. thank you for joining us on abc >>> the tape comes down, and the commute is back on. but can the
strong enough to walk through hell with a smile on my face. >>> george zimmerman, the defense argues trayvon martin beat him, the case almost over. which side is ahead. >>> price spike, buckle up, how high will gasoline prices go this summer and when will they come down? >>> good evening. it was a stunning sight this morning, the amazing strength of women taken captive a decade ago now free and all grown up. here's how we remember them,
in the murder trial of george zimmerman. a look now inside the florida courtroom, the volunteer neighborhood watchman accused of shooting and kill unarmed teenager tray last year saying he acted in self-defense. the all woman jury will now be able to consider the lesser charge of manslaughter when they get the case. the judge ruled that this morning. felony murder in the third degree is off the table, and the jury could begin deliberating tomorrow. >> police in michigan are trying to identify a driver would backed into a woman pushing a stroller with her child inside. it happened in a store parking lot, and the van dragged the stroller a short distance and you can see in the surveillance video...the van's driver stops and the mother gets the boy out of the stroller and the van speeds away with the stroller still attached. amazingly, the one-year-old inside the stroller was not hurt. >> doesn't get much scary than that. >> mike has the forecast the. >> pretty gray. the clouds are being more stubborn as we look on the boats as in the mc's k we will talk about how calm the water is. that will p
about george zimmerman. after a final dramatic showdown in court, first the defense. >> give me a shred of evidence that he had any other option. >> and the prosecution coming roaring back. >> he shot him because he wanted to. >>> electrified. a standing ovation for a tiny girl with a defiant call of arms. >>> and wall of sand. a major dust storm swamping a major american city, tonight. >>> and good evening on this friday night. it's all in the hands of the jury. six people deciding the truth of
in the trial of george zimmerman. closing arguments start this morning. the defense resting after a tense and dramatic day of testimony, where even a dummy was pummeled to make a point. and zimmerman revealing he will not take the stand. >>> caught on tape. the heart-stopping moment as a man lost control of his electric wheelchair, falling face-first on to the train tracks. why he fell and the hero that rescued him with seconds to spare. >>> too sexy for the summer? does robin thicke's megahit go too far? he speaks out, defending himself, and his song, revealing
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